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I’ve said it once, twice, thrice, too many times to count: Thailand is one of my all time favourite destinations in the world to backpack and travel in. I’m definitely not alone here though as Katja, Annika and Alex all share this love for the land of smiles and paradise beaches with me. It’s a place that when I think of it, it gives me a funny feeling in my stomach, and it’s not from a bad memory of some dodgy backstreet Pad Thai dinner. After multiple trips there, it has become a place of many firsts for me:
It’s the place where I first backpacked, it’s the place where I first travelled alone, it’s the place where I first realized the kindness of strangers truly exists, it’s the place where I first experienced home sicknesses, it’s the place where I first experienced actual backpacker belly sickness, it’s the place where I first realized my sister was an awesome travel partner and it’s the place where I met my first love.
An issue that arises when you wang on and on about your favourite place in the world to friends, word gets around that you’re the person to chat to if someone is heading that direction. I love giving advice and relaying my version of the top places to see/eat/drink/party, but this can definitely get tiresome when you receive the 6th email from your friends’ friends’ uncles’ sister asking where she should go in Thailand.
I figured I could do better than just copying and pasting the same text to people who want to know a good route in Thailand to travel in a specified time frame. Say, for example, how to travel Thailand in one month. Thailand is a phenomenal place for seasoned and first-time travelers, so here’s a wee guide on how to see the country in one month, four weeks, 30 days (give or take a few days)!
Text by Sophie Saint